Housing Conference 2017: A social role for private landlords
“The private rented sector plays a pivotal role in providing much-needed homes for tenants.” - Chris Norris, National Landlords Association
Recent changes in Government policy have shifted the emphasis away from social housing provision towards a reliance on the private sector. Many private landlords now provide housing for residents who would previously be housed by social landlords. The expansion of right-to-buy to cover housing association properties and a 1% year on year rent reduction by 2020 looks set to further diminish the UK’s social housing stock. As the private housing sector expands to fill this void, the changing shape of social housing presents a number of challenges and opportunities for landlords and tenants.
Join us for the Housing Conference 2017: A social role for private landlords to hear from leading experts in housing policy and landlords who are helping rethink the way social housing is provided. Understand the implications of new Government policy and learn how councils and housing associations can work together with private landlords to address the growing shortage in social housing.
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